Something to keep an eye on is that Homeplugs can potentially reduce your sync speed on FTTC as they operate on some of the same frequencies.
Many thanks. Do you know which frequencies interfere with FTTC please?
In a nutshell, all of them. Seriously, home AV plugs are the devils spawn. A less riskier solution, and one that offers far better performance, is to buy one or two wifi APs and connect them to back to the router with Cat 6 cable (flat or round, depending on taste and whether running under carpet, between carpet and skirting board, or on top of skirting board).
It's not just fibre BB they can affect; hey can reduce common adsl BB too, by as much as 50%, and will also annoy the hell out of any local amateur radio users; it not just dsl frequencies they broadcast on, the majority of them have appalling - if any - notch filters in the HF bands between 2 and 30mhz.
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